Before consolidation of schools in 1986, there were ten high schools in Preston County, each with its own sports program. They were Aurora, Arthurdale, Bruceton Mills, Fellowsville, Kingwood, Masontown, Newburg, Rowlesburg, Terra Alta, and Tunnelton. There was always vigorous but friendly competition among the schools for the county title. In 2012 a group of representatives from the ten schools organized a project to create a museum in the Szilagyi Center dedicated to the golden years of county sports, including, football, basketball, and baseball. Former athletes donated sports memorability spanning decades of hometown teams. Download the Sports Museum brochure.